Located next to the lake, the Tower houses The Flight Deck Café (first floor), Turweston Flight Centre offices (second floor) and control tower (top floor).
The café level has an outdoor terrace with glass balustrade offering a viewing area over the runway. You can see our menu here.
Turweston Flight Centre Ltd manages the aerodrome. Airside activities are managed by Chris Brown who is ably assisted and supported by a team of aviation enthusiasts.
Also located next to the lake are the Light Aircraft Association Headquarters, Turweston Flying Club, LX avionics and ATSO.
The other buildings are occupied by Mick Allen Aircraft Resprays, Akki Aero-engineering, Heli-Charter/National Grid, the LAA, LX Avionics and Turweston Helicopters. See our Partners page for further details.
3.5 nm away to the north east is Silverstone Circuit - home of British Motor Racing.
The tarmac runway is oriented 090 - 270 degrees and is 1256 x 23m.
Turweston Aerodrome welcomes members of the public. We want everyone to enjoy themselves while here but SAFETY is our number one priority.
Please observe all barriers and notices - they are there to protect you.
Access for members of the public is restricted to the marked parking bays in the car parks. Access to the areas where aircraft are parked, the runway and the lake is prohibited.
Children must not run in the cafe or on the deck - we don't want to trip over them and spill something hot or drop something sharp. If you are bringing your furry friends to the cafe please note they must be well-behaved, clean, dry and on a lead.
If you would like to access other areas of the aerodrome please call us and we will do our best to assign someone to show you around. In the meantime please remember that aircraft are dangerous
(even when parked) and it is important to stay away from them.